Clubs and Organizations

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Robert Morris University provides students with many opportunities to obtain valuable experience and develop skills that enhance their personal and professional lives. Students who are part of a student club or organization gain valuable experience and develop their skills in the areas of:

  • Leadership
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Organization
  • Time Management
  • Event Planning

Join one of the many clubs and organizations at Robert Morris University today!

Alumni Association
Recommended for recent graduates and established alum looking for networking opportunities. Establish and continually enhance your bond with Robert Morris University.
alumni@robertmorris.edu

ALPFA
ALPFA creates opportunities, adds value and builds relationships for its members, the community and its business partners while expanding Latino leadership in the global workforce. At RMU, our intention is to expose students to new business experiences and connect them with business professionals in order to enhance their leadership skills and career opportunities.

Anime Club-Peoria
To provide a structure environment for Anime lovers together, provide in the opportunity for networking, to establish a foundation for future Anime Club activities, offer an extracurricular for fine art non-fine art students, and expand the knowledge of different global culture(s) and create understanding and tolerance of this genre.
anime@robertmorris.edu

American Medical Technologist
The purpose of this organization is to help RMU students enhance their knowledge about opportunities and development in the field of medical assistant. It will provide networking opportunities with professionals and potential employers and to understand the changing trends in the medical industry.
amt@robertmorris.edu

Card Fight Club
Card Fight Club is a group of goal oriented students from the Chicago campus. We aim to bring a club to those who have an interest in a hobby that most people are unaware of! The club includes a variety of card games; card battles such as Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon, Magic, and Vanguard. Often it's difficult to find such clubs for a specific interest, like this one; Card Fight Club is an opportunity for such gamers. We have formed this club with an interest of bringing all these individuals together, and giving them a chance to enhance their interest in card gaming.
fernanda.e.vega@gmail.com

Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) - Springfield
To prepare members for CADD and to encourage involvement in the under represented minority groups in academia.
dsavery@robertmorris.edu

Cooks for a Cause - Chicago, Dupage and Orland Park
Strives to continue the traditions of helping, supporting and sponsoring organizations or groups that do good for society as a whole.  We vow to encourage others to serve wholeheartedly and give selflessly through the passion of food.
cooksforacause@robertmorris.edu
cooksforacauseDP@robertmorris.edu

Culinary Society
To support and develop outstanding Robert Morris University students as future leaders of the hospitality industry. By providing members skill building activities, leadership projects, and networking opportunities, the Culinary Society offers those outstanding students an environment to shine.
culinarysociety@robertmorris.edu

Eagle Scholar
The Eagle Scholar Program recognizes students who have achieved a level of success at the College and have demonstrated an ability to mentor other students to be successful. Eagle Scholars will help first-year students develop successful skills that will carry them through their entire college experience. This is a scholarship-supported opportunity that will enhance our students' collegiate experience.
eaglescholarchicago@robertmorris.edu
eaglescholarbranches@robertmorris.edu

Eagles Soaring for Change
ESFC's goal is to not only make a difference in our community but in other communities as well. As a group we will decide how to raise money and who for. As a group our goal is use our individual skills and abilities together as well as out time to raise funds in order to help others in need. We also promise to spend a minimum 10 additional hours a month doing outside community service. Such as but not limited to visiting nursing homes and or soup kitchens.
ESFC@robertmorris.edu

Executive Council of Student Presidents
This club is composed of all the Student Presidents of RMU.

Film Appreciation Club - Peoria
filmappreciation@robertmorris.edu

Golden Eagles - Springfield
To Engage student support of the student-athletes and student athletics at University sponsored events and associated gatherings.
GESP@robertmorris.edu

Hermosa Enigma - Chicago
The purpose of Hermosa Enigma is to promote and explore the physical, mental and academic horizons of Latin cultures both locally and across the world by providing a rich and forthcoming environment of language, music and dance. Through the development of individual and group performances, student will learn important life skills that will help develop strong leaders and productive members of society.
hermosaenigma@robertmorris.edu

Hospitality Club - Chicago, DuPage and Orland Park
Strives to enhance the education of students through first hand experiences, while developing a social and professional network to expand our culinary horizons.
hospitalitych@robertmorris.edu
hospitalitydp@robertmorris.edu
hospitalityop@robertmorris.edu

International Student Organization - Chicago
Increase the International student population in RMU and represent RMU internationally.  Strengthen the relationship between national and international students.
ISO@robertmorris.edu

Japanese Culture Society - Chicago
For staff and members to explore the facets of Japanese pop culture through film, media, music, and food.
JCSRMU@gmail.com

Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) - Chicago and Orland Park
Is a national honor society in paralegal/legal assistant studies. To recognize persons who have demonstrated superior academic performance in an established program of paralegal/ legal assistant studies.

Mock Trial Club - Chicago
To strengthen students' logical thinking and presentation skills while exposing them to legal procedures and mock trial competition.
mocktrial@robertmorris.edu

Morris Men - Chicago
The Morris Men Group exists to recruit, retain, release with respect and references those RMU male students who are willing to live up to the pledge of conduct, maintain a solid grade point average and give back to the community.  Through mentoring, professional skills training and advanced networking, these men are destined to be tomorrow's leaders.
MMG@robertmorris.edu

Morris Women - Chicago
The purpose of Morris Women shall be to provide women with the necessary skills and tools needed to succeed in the business world.  Through the use of networking events, guest forums, mentoring, and volunteer opportunities they will establish relationships with other students, alumna, and the RMU community.
morriswomen@robertmorris.edu

National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (N-OADN) Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society, Gamma Beta Chapter - Chicago and Dupage
The objective of the N-OADN Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society shall be to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing. The society shall encourage the pursuit of advance degrees in the profession of nursing as well as continuing education as a life-long professional responsibility. Additionally, the society shall participate in the recruitment of qualified individuals into the profession of nursing.
jbensoncobbs@robertmorris.edu

Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, Inc.
Promote a higher standard of learning and to encourage high scholastic attainment among the freshman in our institutions of higher learning.
phieta@robertmorris.edu

Rainbow Education Alliance of Diverse Individuals - Chicago
The purpose of READI is to encourage an involved and diverse environment at RMU. READI provides opportunities for students to build friendships and encourages open-mindedness and diversity within the community.
readi@robertmorris.edu

Sigma Beta Delta-Chicago and Orland Park
An honor society for business students that are pursuing baccalaureate or master's degrees. To be eligible for lifetime membership and national recognition, students must rank in the upper 20 percent of their class. Available to juniors and seniors.
SIGMA@robertmorris.edu

S.I.F.E (Students in Free Enterprise) - Chicago and Orland Park
The students in this organization will join other college students around the country in becoming involved in teaching the principles of free enterprise and entrepreneurship. Through teamwork and business partnerships they strive to make the opportunity stronger.
SIFE@robertmorris.edu

Spanish Club
The purpose of Spanish Club is to provide educational opportunities outside of the classroom for those interested in the Spanish language and culture.  The club also porvides the opportunity to meet with other Robert Morris students and faculty interested in speaking Spanish as well as international students.
rmuspanishclub@robertmorris.edu

Morris Student Chapter of SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) - Chicago
Provides Morris Graduate School of Management students with opportunities to gain knowledge and insight into the effective management in the field of Human Resource Management through networking, speakers, events and affiliations with the national SHRM organization and the local professional association of the Society of Human Resources Professionals.
SHRM@robertmorris.edu 

Student Advisory Council
The Student Advisory Council is dedicated to serving as a unified voice for Robert Morris University student in expressing student needs and concerns, promoting the advancement of the university, and increasing student success.
studentcouncil@robertmorris.edu

Tau Sigma-Gamma Omega Chapter- Chicago
The purpose of Tau Sigma is to recognize the academic achievement of students transferring to an institution of higher learning from another academic institution and to encourage and promote the students' involvement in the institution to which they have transferred.
tausigma@robertmorris.edu

UNA-USA
The Robert Morris University Chapter of UNA-USA is the ideal organization for undergraduate and graduate students and alumni with an interest in global affairs. The organization is involved in service projects that explore diverse cultures and issues of global relevance within the framework of the United Nations mission to educate, inspire and mobilize support for the principles and vital work of the United Nations. This includes priorities (Millennial Goals) such as eliminating poverty, providing universal access to education, ending hunger, and promotion of human rights and health initiatives. All are welcome!
rmu-una-usa@robertmorris.edu

University Women's Club (UWC)-Dupage
The vital mission of UWC is to support, develop and mentor the students in the university.  We will also focus on building awareness of the importance of networking, and assist students with the development of their professional network.  We will intend to strengthen the relationship between the students and faculty, as well as relationships with other undergraduate students, graduate students, and fellow alumni.  We also strive to support our community, as well as the mission of our fellow university organizations and clubs.
uwc@robertmorris.edu

Volunteer Club - Chicago
Identify, share and engage in volunteer service opportunities that support RMU's values and that positively impact the communities in which we work, study and reside.
volunteerclub@robertmorris.edu

Warriors to Scholars - Chicago
Distribute relevant information to Veterans about education benefits, health care, financial aid, and counseling.
vetclub@robertmorris.edu

Want to start your own club?

If you are interested in starting your own club or organization download the Application Packet.

Need more information?

Janely Rivera
Director of Student Life & Housing
312.935.2004
jrivera@robertmorris.edu

Robert Morris University Illinois is a private, not-for-profit associate, baccalaureate, and master's degree-granting institution, accredited by the Higher learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (230 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois 60604, 312.263.0456). Robert Morris serves over 7000 students interested in getting an education that meets the demands of today's business, graphic arts, health care, culinary and technical world at its main campus in Chicago as well as at locations in Arlington Heights, DuPage, Elgin, Orland Park, Bensenville, Schaumburg, Springfield, Peoria and Lake County.